I have been playing around with the IMAGE_FADER block and I notice it has a curious action.
Image displayed then on to the next but while it does the change the last image is flashed in the logo corner of the page and slowly fades out. Interesting effect if not distracting but I'm thinking that is not the effect you were trying to achieve. I've tried it out on both my sites and on either site it acts the same.
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Re temp1024… Took me a little time to work out what you were doing, so must have taken a bit of time to make the fix. Thanks .
It was certainly a non trivial fix. I was battling a problem of my own (inserting flash videos in blog pages so that they don't cause "flashing" of the entire page when the blog page loads) and I needed a good distraction.
Chris Graham said
This is based on your fix, it is the same except I left the XHTML alone for accessibility and just removed '.nextSibling' to get the position right.
No problems. I haven't done any HTML coding in years, and accessibility compliant coding/auditing for even longer.
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